PRIVACY

Cookies policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of text sent by your web browser by a website you. A cookie file is stored your web browser and allows the Service or a third-party to recognize you and make your next visit easier and the Service more useful to you. They are tools that have an essential role for the provision of numerous services of the information society. Among others, they allow a web page store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or his team and, depending on the information obtained, can be used to recognize the user and improve the service offered.

Our website stores and retrieves information on your browser using cookie technology. We are a translation company and we use this information to provide a more personalized look-and-feel. No information is personally identifiable to you. However, it can be used to give you a more personalized web experience.

PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS is a professional transcription company, not a data collecting company.  The use of the data collected is restricted to our website and transcription services you may require.

We respect your right of privacy. Therefore, you can choose to change your privacy preferences and thus prevent the setting of non-essential cookies. Choose the link for your browser below if you need more information on how to prevent cookies from being created on your browser or clear them.

– Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/cookies

– Chrome: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95647

– Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/eses/

– Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042

Any of those four browsers, and others you may use, include cookie-setting features. These specify which cookies can be accepted and which cannot. Typically, the user can specify any of the following options: reject cookies from certain domains; reject cookies from third parties; accept cookies as non-persistent (deleted when the browser is closed); allow the server to create cookies for a different domain.

Our cookies

Essential cookies

These are necessary for our website to work. If you choose to disable cookies for our website, you will not be able to use many of the features.

Examples include:

Session cookies that remember your actions as you navigate our websites.

Security cookies that check the validity of your actions during your visit helping to keep our websites and services safe and secure.

They allow the user to optimize the navigation through this web page, as well as the use of forms

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Analytics and Performance cookies

These cookies help us collect information about how you use our websites over time; the areas you visit, the time spent on our websites and issues and errors you may encounter. This information helps us to continually improve the information we provide and the performance of our websites and services. It allows obtaining anonymous information about the navigation on the web to measure and analyze the origin of the visits and other statistical data. Used cookies: _ga,_gid

Types of Cookies

Depending on the entity that manages the domain from which the cookies are sent and treats the data obtained, they can be distinguished two types:

  • Own cookies: those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or managed domain by the editor himself and from which the service requested by the user is provided.
  • Third-party cookies: those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a computer or domain that is not managed by the publisher, but by another entity that treats the data obtained through the cookies

In the case that the cookies are installed from a computer or domain managed by the editor itself but the information that is collect through these is managed by a third party, can not be considered as own cookies.

 

 

 

DISCLAIMER

Thank you for visiting us. We hope your experience on our website is the best possible one.

In order to access our services, you declare that you are of legal age, and that you have the legal capacity to act in accordance with the laws of your country.

Website access and navigation, or the use of website services, imply your express and full acceptance of each one of the present General Conditions, including the Specific Conditions established for certain promotions as well as the Privacy Policy and Cookies, regarding the purposes for which the data you provide us with is processed. We recommend that you read these conditions carefully.

1.- Legal Information.

In compliance with Spanish Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and E-Commerce, the ID data of the website holder are:

Beatriz Ortega Martín
Comercial name: Ortega Asesores – Paleographic Transcription
NIF/CIF: 44283321H
Address: Camino de Ronda, 152 6ºF Granada 18003
email: info@ortega-asesores.com

Should you have any doubts or would like to consult us, you can contact us by phone: +34 623142634, or by email: info@paleographictranscriptions.com

By accessing our website, you expressly accept the present General Conditions of Use, which may be amended or replaced by the holder at any time without advance notice.

2.- General Conditions of Use

The following General Conditions of Use regulate the access and use of the web portal, the purpose of which is to be the gateway to PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS, offering users information, services and contents through the website, where the user has access to information on specific products and services.

The user undertakes to make an adequate use of the contents, services, which are accessible, subject to law and to the present General Conditions of Use, as well as, if applicable, any Specific Conditions which may be established in order to access services.

In the event of total or partial breach by the User of the present General Conditions of Use, PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS reserves the right to deny access without the need to give the User advance notice.

3.- User General Obligations

By accepting the present General Conditions of Use, the user expressly undertakes:

Not to engage in any action aimed at harming, blocking, damaging, disabling, and/or overloading, whether temporarily or permanently, the functionalities, tools, contents and/or infrastructure of the webpage, in such a way as to prevent the normal use thereof.

To custody and keep confidential the passwords associated with the User username, being responsible for the use by third parties of said personal and non-transferrable passwords.

Not to upload or develop contents which are offensive or slanderous either to other Users or to third parties not forming a part of PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS

Not to use any of the materials and/or information contained on this website for illicit purposes and for those purposes expressly prohibited in the present General Conditions of Use, as well as in any Specific Conditions which may be established for certain applications and/or utilities, and which are contrary to the rights and interests of PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS, its users and/or third parties.

Not to offer or distribute products and services, or to conduct unsolicited advertising or send commercial communications to other Users and visitors to the website of PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS

The User shall be held accountable for any type of detriment which may be caused to PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS or to any third party as the result of breach of any of the obligations to which the User is subject under these “General Conditions of Use” or of the law in relation to access and/or use of the page.

4.- Intellectual and Industrial Property

The website, the pages comprising it and the information or elements contained therein (including texts, documents, photographs, drawings, graphic representations, etc.), as well as logotypes, trademarks, trade names or other distinguishing signs are protected by intellectual or industrial property rights, of which PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS is the holder, or is authorized by the legitimate right holders for the use and public communication thereof.

The user undertakes to use the contents intelligently and correctly, in accordance with the law, morality and law and order. PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS authorizes the user to visualize the information contained on this website, and likewise to make private reproductions (the mere downloading and storage in the user’s computer systems), provided that the elements are solely for personal use. Under no circumstances does this entail any authorization or license over the property rights of PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS or of the legitimate right holders thereof.

The User is not authorized to distribute, change, assign or make public communication of the information contained on this website in any manner or for any purpose whatsoever.

All the content of this site is copyrighted by its author and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. You are welcome to reuse the material here as long as it is attributed to the author of each post or page and to the site PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS. For questions about reuse of this material, please send us an email.

5.- Links

Connections and links to third-party websites or webpages have been established solely as a utility for the user. PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS is not, under any circumstances, liable for said sites or pages or for the contents thereof.

PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS does not hold itself liable for the existence of links between the contents of this website and contents found outside of it, or for any other mention of contents outside of this website. Such links or mentions are provided exclusively for information purposes, and do not, under any circumstances, imply support, approval, marketing or any relationship whatsoever between PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS and the persons or entities which are the authors and/or managers of said contents or holders of the websites on which these contents are found.

Express written authorization from the portal holders will be required in order to create links with the webpage.

6.- Liability

PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS does not guarantee continual access, or the correct visualization, download or utility of the elements and information contained in the portal pages, which may be prevented, hindered or interrupted by factors or circumstances beyond its control, or those produced as the result of an Internet computer virus.

PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS does not assume any liability whatsoever for damage, harm, loss, claims or expenses resulting from:

Interferences, interruptions, failures, omissions, delays, blockages, or disconnections caused by errors in telecommunication lines and networks or owing to any other cause beyond the control of PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS

Illegitimate interferences using any type of malware and by means of any type of communication, such as computer viruses or any other;

Misuse or inadequate use of the webpage of PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS

Security or navigation errors produced by a malfunctioning browser or using un-updated versions.

PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS is not liable and under no circumstances shall be held accountable to users and third parties for any acts by third parties unrelated to PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS which entail or may result in acts of unfair competition and illicit advertising or the infringement of intellectual and industrial property rights, trade secrets, contractual commitments of any type, rights to honour, personal and familial privacy, and image rights, property rights and rights of any other nature belonging to a third party, by way of the transfer, dissemination, storage, making available, receipt, obtainment or access to the contents.

7.- Personal Data Protection

In the Privacy Policy, which forms an integral part of these General Conditions, you will find the full personal data processing policy; however, for the sake of simplification, we have put this in Privacy Policy.

8.- Law

The present disclaimer and the terms and conditions hereof shall be regulated and interpreted in accordance with Spanish law. The user, by merely accessing the webpage or obtaining the status of registered user, irrevocably consents to allowing the competent courts by default to hear any legal action resulting from or related to the present conditions, or to the User’s use of this website or the navigation made by the User.

In the case where any clause or paragraph of the present General Conditions, which is not essential for the existence thereof, is declared null and void or inapplicable, the validity of the remaining clauses shall not be affected.

 

 

PRIVACY-EXTENDED INFORMATION

This Privacy Policy forms part of the General Conditions governing the present Website.

Who is the data controller with respect to your data?

Beatriz Ortega Martín
Comercial name: Ortega Asesores – Paleographic Transcriptions
NIF/CIF: 44283321H
Address: Camino de Ronda, 152 6ºF Granada 18003
email: info@ortega-asesores.com

You can contact us by either of the above means.

We reserve the right to change or adapt the present Privacy Policy at any time. We recommend that you review this policy, and if you have registered and you access your account or profile, you will be informed of any changes.

If you belong to any of the following groups, please consult the information:

WEBSITE OR EMAIL CONTACTS

What information do we gather through the Website?

We may process your IP, what operating system or browser you use, and even the duration of your visit, anonymously.

If you provide us with information in the contact form, you will be identifying yourself in order that we may contact you, should this be necessary.

Reply to your consultations, applications or requests.

Manage the requested service, reply to your application or process your request.

Information by electronic means related to your request.

Commercial information or information on events by electronic means, provided this is expressly authorized.

Analyse and improve the Website, in relation to our products and services. Improve our commercial strategy.

Acceptance and consent by the interested party: in those cases in which, in order to make a request, it is necessary to fill out a form and click on the send button, by doing so this implies that you have been informed and have expressly consented to the contents of the clause annexed to said form or privacy policy acceptance.

All our forms have the symbol * next to the information which is mandatory. If you do not provide the information in these fields or fail to mark the checkbox accepting the privacy policy, the information will not be able to be sent. Normally, the following formula is used: “I have read and accept the Privacy Policy.”

NEWSLETTER CONTACTS

What information do we gather through the newsletter?

Through the website, you can subscribe to the newsletter, if you provide us with an email address to which the newsletter will be sent. We store only your email in our database and will periodically send you emails until you request to be removed from the email list or until we no longer send emails.

You will always have the option to remove yourself from the list in any communication.

Manage the requested service.

Information by electronic means related to your request.

Commercial information or information on events by electronic means, provided this is expressly authorized.

Analyse and improve the website, in relation to our products and services. Improve our commercial strategy.

Acceptance and consent by the interested party: in those cases, in which you subscribe, it will be necessary to accept a checkbox and click on the send button. By doing so, this necessarily implies that you have been informed and have expressly consented to receiving the newsletter. If you fail to mark the checkbox accepting the privacy policy, the information will not be able to be sent.

CLIENTS

What information of yours do we use?

Preparation of the estimate and follow-up by communications between both parties.

Information by electronic means related to your request.

Commercial information or information on events by electronic means, provided this is expressly authorized.

Manage the administrative, communications and logistics services provided by the Data Controller.

Invoicing and filing of the pertinent taxes.

Carry out the corresponding transactions.

Control and collection procedures.

SUPPLIERS

What information do we as service provider use?

Information by electronic means related to your request.

Commercial information or information on events by electronic means, provided this is expressly authorized.

Manage the administrative, communications and logistics services provided by the Data Controller.

Invoicing.

Carry out the corresponding transactions.

Invoicing and filing of the pertinent taxes.

Control and collection procedures.

The legal basis is the acceptance of a contractual relationship, or in the absence thereof, your consent by contacting us or offering your products through a given channel.

SOCIAL NETWORK CONTACTS

What information do we use from social networks?

Reply to your consultations, applications or requests.

Manage the requested service, reply to your application or process your request.

Have a relationship with you and create a community of followers.

The legal basis is the acceptance of a contractual relationship in the context of the corresponding social network and in accordance with its Privacy Policies:

 

How long do we keep personal data?

We are only able to consult or remove your data in a restricted way, given that, this is a specific profile. We will process this data for as long as you allow, following us as friends or by clicking on “like”, “follow” or similar buttons.

Any rectification of your data or restriction on information or publications you wish to make must be done through your profile or username configuration in the social network itself.

Do we include third-party personal data?

No, as a rule we only process the data provided to us by the data subjects. If you provide us with third-party data, you must first inform said persons and request their consent; otherwise, you exempt us from any liability for breach of this requisite.

What about data regarding minors?

We do not process data concerning minors under the age of 14. Therefore, please refrain from providing us with such data if the minor has not reached that age, or, if applicable, refrain from providing data on third parties who have not reached said age. PALEOGRAPHIC TRANSCRIPTIONS holds itself harmless against any liability owing to breach of this precaution

Do we make email communications?

If we make commercial communications, these will have been authorized in advance by you.

What security measures do we apply?

You can rest assured: we have adopted the optimal level of protection for the Personal Data which we handle, and we have installed all of the technical means and measures available to us in accordance with the state of technology in order to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access or theft of Personal Data.

Who will your data be sent to?

Your data will not be transferred to third parties, unless this is required by law. Specifically, your data will be sent to the Spanish Tax Authorities and to banks and financial institutions for payment of the service provided or product acquired, and likewise to the data processors required for the execution of the agreement.

In the case of purchase or payment, if you choose a given application, website, platform, bank card or other online service, your data will be transferred to that platform or will be processed in the platform environment, always with the maximum security. When we order them to do so, the website development and maintenance company or the hosting company will have access to our website. Said companies will have signed a service provider contract which requires them to keep the same level of privacy as we do.

Any international data transfer when using any international application will be adhered to the Privacy Shield framework, which guarantees that the software companies comply with the European data protection policies in matters of privacy.

 

What are your rights?

To know whether we are processing your data.

To access your personal data.

To request that your data be rectified if it is inaccurate.

To request erasure of your data if it is no longer required for the purposes for which it was collected, or to withdraw the consent you previously granted.

To request the restriction of processing of your data, in certain instances, in which case we will only keep the data in accordance with the laws in force.

To data portability, with your data being provided to you in a structured, common use, or machine-readable format. If you prefer, we can send the data to the new data controller designated by you. This is valid only in certain cases.

To file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency or competent control authority, if you feel that we have not attended to you properly.

To withdraw any consent to data processing which you may have granted, at any time.

If you make any changes to your data, please notify us so that we can keep your data up to date.

 

Would you like a form in order to exercise your rights?

We have forms for you to be able to exercise your rights, which you can request from us by email; or if you prefer, you can use those prepared by the Spanish Data Protection Agency or by third parties.

These forms are required to be signed electronically, or to be sent together with a photocopy of your ID Card.

If someone is representing you, you must attach a copy of that person’s ID card or have the person sign with his or her electronic signature.

Forms may be presented in person or sent by letter or email to the address of the Data Controller found at the beginning of this text.

How long do we take to reply to your Exercise of Rights?

This depends on the right, but no longer than one month from the time of your request, and two months if the matter is highly complex, and we will let you know if we need more time.

Do we use cookies?

If we use any type of cookies other than those which are strictly necessary, you can consult our cookie policy in the corresponding link from our website home page.

How long do we keep your personal data?

Your personal data will be kept for as long as you continue to associate with us.

Once you dissociate yourself, the personal data processed for each purpose will be kept for the legally stipulated time periods, including the period during which a judge or court may require the data in accordance with the statute of limitations for judicial actions.

The processed data will be kept until the expiration of the aforementioned legal time periods, in the case where a legal obligation exists to keep the data; if said legal time period does not exist, then the data will be kept until the interested party requests its erasure, or revocation of the consent which had been granted.

We will keep all information and communications regarding your purchase or our service provision for the duration of product or service guarantees, in order to deal with any possible claims.

In each data processing or typology, we will provide you with a specific period, which you can consult in the following table:

File

Document

Retention

Clients

Invoices

10 years

Contracts

5 years

Marketing

Databases or website visitors

For the duration of the processing

Fiscal

Company administration, rights and obligations regarding tax payments.
Administration of dividend payments and tax withholdings.

10 years

Purchases

Records of all deliveries of goods or service provisions, intra-community acquisitions, imports and exports for VAT purposes.

5 years

Legal

Intellectual and Industrial Property documents
Contracts and agreements

5 years

Non-disclosure and non-compete agreements

Always the term of duration of the obligation or of the non-disclosure

Data Protection Act (LOPD)

Personal data processing, if different from the processing notified to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD)

3 years

Employee personal data stored in networks, computers and communications equipment used by these employees, access controls and internal management/administration systems

5 years